Tulip Extravaganza in Full Bloom at Longwood Gardens!

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KENNETT SQUARE, PA — Prepare to be dazzled by the vibrant spectacle of tulips at Longwood Gardens, where the peak bloom season is unfolding in a breathtaking display of color and variety. Now through next week, weather permitting, visitors will have the unique opportunity to immerse themselves in an outdoor canvas painted with 90 varieties of tulips. From the cool elegance of purples and pinks to the fiery vibrancy of reds and yellows, culminating in the serene beauty of soft white blooms, this year’s Spring Blooms display is a feast for the senses.

But the splendor doesn’t stop with tulips. Longwood Gardens invites guests to wander through a springtime paradise, where the tender pastels of magnolias, cherry trees, and dogwoods are in full, glorious bloom. For those who venture into Peirce’s Woods, the delicate charm of native spring ephemerals, including Virginia bluebells and trillium, awaits, offering a serene retreat into the wonders of the season.

Open from Wednesday to Monday, 10 am to 6 pm, Longwood Gardens ensures a visit filled with beauty and tranquility. To ensure a seamless experience, timed admission tickets are required for all guests, with members also needing to make timed reservations through May 8, 2024.

Don’t miss this enchanting journey through the best of spring’s floral offerings. Whether you’re a dedicated horticulturist, an admirer of natural beauty, or looking for a picturesque day out with family and friends, Longwood Gardens promises an unforgettable escape into the heart of spring’s embrace.

Plan your visit today and let the kaleidoscope of colors, textures, and fragrances at Longwood Gardens inspire and rejuvenate your spirit. This is your moment to celebrate the renewal and beauty that only spring can bring.

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